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mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning.
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mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. jessica rae: tonya couch... the mother of ethan couch, known as the "affluenza teen... will be returned to texas to face a felony count against her. a los angeles county judge approved an extradition waiver for her. tonya signed the extradition waiver and has been turned over to the l-a county sheriff's department. she and her son were detained in puerto vallarta, mexico last week. ethan is still being held in mexico city. jessica rae: the armed activists who have seized a federal building in oregon - are vowing - they will not back down. they say they will only leave if the government relinquishes control of federal land.
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group maintains they want peace... they have also made it clear... if provoked -- they're not afraid to use force. reporter sara sidner has the latest. "authorities say the armed protesters at the national wildlife refuge need to leave. but they say they aren't going anywhere (sara sidner/princeton, oregon) an you give us some sense of exactly how long you will be here? lavoy finicum/protester & rancher: "this is a lot of work. it's definitely going to take some months. months that some local residents in burns, oregon think could turn into much longer. ( shelly daughtery, print shop owner) "i feel like they've lied to us. i feel like whole protest march was a ruse so that they could do what they're doing right now." ( sara sidner/princeton, oregon)there are some people that are ranch why are they coming from outside into our community? (lavoy finicum/protester & rancher) "i understand that concern. " (sara sidner/princeton, oregon) "day four and the group is still here. there are no federal local or
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here, and we are in the middle of nowhere, more than 35 miles from the nearest town." the lack of police presence is a stark contrast to the deadly siege and confrontation at ruby ridge in idaho that left three dead including a us marshal in 1992. less than a year later, there was the deadly raid in waco, texas that left at least 75 dead, including women and children and 4 federal agents. (sara sidner/princeton, oregon) the word waco comes up quite often when they start hearing words like take over are you worried this is going to end that way? (jason patrick/protester) "no. nope american isn't going to tolerate another waco." (sara sidner/princeton, oregon) "but you're the only ones here america is at home." ( jason patrick/protester) "yeah well there is a neat quote from world war two that said we can't do that because there is a rifle behind every blade of grass." the armed group says the federal government is illegally grabbing land and they want to give it back to local ranchers and farmers.
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burns resident) "i think its time for them to talk about these issues. if they can do it in a non- violent way it will be worthwhile." the group's leader, ammon bundy is a nevada rancher who comes from a long line of mormons. but in a statement the mormon church says they are: "...deeply troubled by the reports that those who have seized the facility suggest that they are doing so based on scriptural principles. this armed occupation can in no way be justified on a scriptural basis." the group is made up of men and women mostly from nevada and arizona. and while they do not call themselves anti-government. they are opposed to the bureau of land management -- a federal agency. jessica rae: a friend of one of the san bernardino attackers will appear in court this morning in california. enrique marquez is accused of conspiring with sayed farook to provide material support to terrorists marquez also faces two counts of making false statements when buying two rifles, one count of
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and one count of making a false statement on immigration paperwork. authorities believe he bought rifles for farook and his wife to use during the deadly attack in san bernardino on december second. jessica rae: a massachusetts judge has ruled bill cosby's wife will not be removed in a case of defamation by seven accusers against the comedian. the judge granted her motion so she can appeal the december 31st order requiring her to be deposed by attorneys of the seven accusers. the judge agreed with her motion if the deposition went forward at this time it would cause "irreparable injury" to her. the women are accusing cosby of sexually misconduct. " jessica rae: still to come... there are new rules for alcohol makers, distributors, and retailers in iowa. find out what those are... after the break. scott: we'll have... "you're watching
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jessica rae... and scott larson....
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wintry system set to affect the region. this will produce very light mixed precipitation today and tomorrow with drizzle, sleet, and snow. tomorrow evening, we'll see
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then turning over to pure snow on friday as some colder temperatures begin to work in. expect 1 to 2 inches of snow on friday. today's high is 37 with cloudy skies, drizzle, sleet, and snow. the overnight low is 30 with patchy freezing drizzle. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 36 with drizzle followed by a rain/snow mix during the second half of the day. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae: affect the region. this will produce very light mixed precipitation today and tomorrow with drizzle, sleet, and
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some heavier rain then turning over to pure snow on friday as some colder temperatures begin to work in. expect 1 to 2 inches of snow on friday. today's high is 37 with cloudy skies, izzle, sleet, and snow. the overnight low is 30 with patchy freezing drizzle. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 36 with drizzle followed by a rain/snow mix during the second half of the day. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae: scott: adlib jessica rae: new rules are in effect for alcohol makers, distributors, and retailers in iowa. the iowa alcoholic beverages division has put together new guidelines for those planning to offer alcohol tastings
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iowa's rules governing the practice had been written more than a decade ago. the old rules didn't specify how much alcohol was in a taste or if it was different for beer, wine or liquor. the new rules provide clear guidance, as well as outline where tastings can occur. jessica rae: dozens of siouxlanders got important questions about health insurance answered last night... from our phone bank. the abc9 phone bank was staffed with local experts to help our viewers find insurance coverage through the health insurance marketplace. the deadline to enroll is january 31st, and if you don't have insurance, you could face penalties. if you're still looking for a plan for you or yr family, there's still time to weigh your options even if you already have insurance through the marketplace. julie brookhart, centers for medicare and medicaid says, "it really does pay to go back in and look at your options again, because we know more than 50% of people are finding cheaper plans at the same coverage level by going in and checking out your
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jessica rae: you can explore options at health care dot gov. you can also get connected with local resources through that same website. jessica rae: when you've been handed a diagnosis... whether it's asthma or cancer... you can feel overwhelmed and confused. and, navigating the healthcare system is not always easy. but an author is helping make the process less daunting. " " about a year and half ago, beth fairchild's mammogram came back clear. yet, she would later learn she actually had stage 4 breast cancer. beth's story resonates with leslie michelson. he was just 17 years old when his dad was told he needed open heart surgery. "i picked up the phone, i called the head of cardiology at aor york academic center, i got my dad a second opinion, it turned out he didn't need the surgery, there was nothing was wrong with his heart and my dad lived for almost 40 more years and never had a heart problem." michelson points out most americans live within one hundred miles of a major city and academic medical center with specialists who take medicare and most insurance plans.
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playbook", he says everyone can get the best outcome by:finding a strong primary care physician and developing a bond. collecting medical records and writing a family health history. recruiting a healthcare quarterback - a friend or family member - studies show patients who have help, do better and, getting to the right specialist if the diagnosis is rious. "what i encourage everybody to do is go online to the nearest city, find an academic center, see who the experts are and call them and make an appointment." for health minute, i'm linda ciampa. jessica rae: there's a new addition to the world of wearable health devices. under armour unveiled its "health-box" at the consumer electronics show in las vegas. health-box is a kit of electronic devices that help users track their bodies 24-7. it includes a chest
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heart rate - a wristband and a circular scale that all communicate with the brand's app. the kit retails for 400-hundred dollars - it goes on sale january 22nd. jessica rae: " when we come back... is twitter changing how many characters can be used in a tweet? stay tuned to find out. jessica rae:and speaking of social media... you'll meet a woman who will not use facebook and twitter for the entire year. could you do this? we'll weigh in,
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getting rid of its 140-character limit. technology news service re-code reports the social media giant is working on a product that would allow users to share longer content. twitter founder and c-e-o jack dorsey addressed the report, but neither confirmed nor denied it. he tweeted a photo of a statement that read in part: the 140 character limit has "become a beautiful constraint," we will never lose that feeling." jessica rae: most new year's resolutions involve breaking a bad habit. but one woman plans on going on a digital detox... meaning she will give up social media for an entire year. take a look
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one ambitious new year's resolution? darla sot i'm giving up all social media for an entire year she's s ing on a "digital detet." for the next 365 days darla vows not to use facebook, instagram, snapchat or twitter. darla those 5 minutes here or there?turn into hours of just scrolling the 30 year old education entrepreneur says she was on social media for upto five hours a day and only realized how obsessed she was after gifving it all up for one month last year darla i'm walking to the bus stop, i pull out my phone but this year she wanted a harder challenge darla have to be honest, it's not easy levi felix is the founder of "digital detox"-a company that offers phone- free retreats to help people ct felix our mission at digital detox is to help people reclaim their lives off the screen and gain mindfulness around how much they're using their devices and when it's ok to
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the retreats offers activities like yoga, art and meditation felix sot 22:25:34 humans should be looking as for darla?she has a long list of things to do in 2016 that don't include looking at her phone darla sot i look forward to going to the gym?saving for a home and spending quality time with folks i love most for gma, mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york jessicicrae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. jessica and scott t are chatting about doing a digital detox. jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox.
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jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. scott:good morning siouxland. here's a jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox. scott:good morning siouxland. here's a look at our current radar picture where jessica and scott are chatting about doing a digital detox.
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doing a digital detox. mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. tempmpatures are in t t upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please
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scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... w. 19th street and on hamilton blvd. so again... mind that speed. jessica rae: thanks scott... it's our first look at some of the gadgets getting buzz at the consumer electronics show. here is kayna whitworth and kendis gibson to show them off in ted's "techbytes" the consumer electronics show kicking off. >> we're getting an early look at some of the gadgets. nikon showing off its first-ever action camera, allowing users to oot high-d-dn viewers. fitbit unveiled the blaze. >> it comes i choice of leather and stainless steel strap. the device is expected to hit
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and twitter is dropping more hints the 140-character limit may be g going away soon. >> users have been getting araround the limit by tweeting photos. >> a desire for longer messages. . new limit could be as many as 10,000 characters. >> i don't know how i feel about that. >> we'll see. those are your "techbytes." your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to a biologic, ask if xeljanz is right foyou. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as two weeks, and help stop fuher joint damage. xeljanz can lower your ability to fight infections, includuding tubeulosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma,
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don't start xeljanz if you have an infection.. tears in the stoch or intestines, low blood cell couous, and hihier liver tests and cholesterol levels have happened. your doctor should perfororm blood sts before you start and while taking xeljanz, and monitor certain liver tests. tell your doctor if you re in a region where fufungal infections are common, and if you have had tb, hepatitis b or c, or are prone to infections. xeljanz can reduce the symptoms of ra, evenen without methotrexexate. ask your rheumatologist
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and pork tenderloin? well howard is here to tell us the difference... and bring us a delicious recipe. check it out! "you know, whether it's beef, pork or veal.recognizing different cuts of meat can be a tad confusing. recently, merly, our mrfood.com editor, got a question from a viewer that many of you may have. hi howard, cathy emailed us and wanted to know the difference between a popo loin and a popo tenderloin. thanks m mly. good questiti, i know a lot of people get those two confused
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here they are side- by-side. as you can see, the pork tenderloin is much aller than the pork loin. in the market, you'll find this whole, cut into smaller roasts (about 2-3 pounds each), or into boneless chops. as for the tenderloin, they may be small, (weighing in at only about a pound each) but they are super tender and very lean. and talk about versatile. we can throw them on the grill, saut them in a skillet or roast them and they're done in no time. today, we marinated a couple in some olive oil, lime juice, garlic, and a few spices before roasting them off. and when we serve these sliced and topped with an easy throw-together homemade black bean salsa, are you ever in for a treat. as a matter of fact, the recipe for our, "pork tenderloin with black bean salsa," as well as a bunch of other pork
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since pork tenderloin is so lean, our waist lines will tha us. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found a "tasty tender way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" jessica rae: if you would like a copy of that recipe you can send us a self addressed stamped envevepe here to a-b-c 9 news. our address is 625 douglas street. the zip...51101. be sure to write "pork tenderloin with black bean salsa" on your request. or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matters dot com. and click on the mr. food logo.... jessica rae: " coming up.... president obama has announced his new plan for gun control... and after the break... hear from families that have been impacted by gun violence. scott: " " scott
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good morning siouxland. here's a look at our current radar picture where we have some light mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour.
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we're headed for a high of 37. good morning siouxland. here's a look at our current radar picture where we have some light mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. jessica rae: radar picture wherer we have some light mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where
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morning siouxland. here's a look at our current radar picture where we have some light mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. jessica rae: president obama has announced several executive orders that add hundreds radar picture where we have some light mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light
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between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. good momoing siouxland. here's a look at our current radar picture where we have some light mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the area. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. jessica rae: radar picture where we have some light mixed precipitation moving from south
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several executive orders that add hundreds of f-b-i and a-t-f agents, expand ckground checksks and increase funding for mental health care. many families impacted by some of the deadliest attacks in our country are now reacting to the president's new gun control plan. reporter mary moloney has the story. "surrounded by the families and victims from mass shootings, president obama announced multiple executive actions on gun control. (president obama) every time i think about those kids it gets me mad, the tighter restrictions are welcome news for those impacted by gun violence. (sallie badger/ widow of gun shootiti victim) everyone in the country needs to be aware and take some action. (sandy phillips/ mother of gun shooting victim) for him to have the moral leadership and courage to state his purposes and share tears with us and the nation was quite moving. during his speech, president obama specifically referred to two of his supporters: former congresswoman and
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gabby giffords... and her husband. ( mark kelly/ husband of gabby giffords) it's really taking a good step in the right direction. the issue however remains divisive. ( annette elliott/ gun show promoter) well i think the end game with a lot of democrats is to confiscate. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell questions the legality of the executive actions. (sen. mitch connell/ (r) kentucky) whether the courts will allow what he's announced he's senator ted cruz. he bught his week long bus tour to northwest iowa yesterday. stopping in onawa, where he denounced efforts by president obama to implement stricter gun control laws saying as president, he will fight hard to defend second amendment rights. "this morning president obama announced new
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second amendment right to keep and bear arms, well i can tell you right now when you live by the pen,n,ou die by the pen, and my pen has got an eraser." jessica rae: cruz also said he's a believer of taking the power out of washington. cruz "if you think things are going great in washington that we need to keep headed in the same basic direct just kind of fiddle around the edges then i ain't your guy. the" cruzin' to caucus " bus tour will run through saturday stopping in 28 towns in 28 counties. cruz says he hopes to visit all99 counties by february first jessica rae: the president's remarks quickly hit home in siouxland. locals are sharing their "two cents" on president obama's gun control plans. abc9 news reporter bria bell has more. " last time i had the old permit," said customer. "okay, that might work," said store owner. gun sales are up and
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receive a carry concealed permit. as p psident barack obama announced his executive actions concererng gun control...siouxland gun shopopwners were already gaugiung the impact. "that wouldn't impact me at all, i'm a federal firearms dealer so that wouldn't impact me at all, but i do think that anytime gun control and tightening up laws and things like that, it does seem like there is an increase in sales," said riemenschneider. the president's announcement again causes concern for those who fear his actions could lead to the loss of 2nd amendment rights. the president tried to reasue americans, that's not his goal. "this is not a plot to take away everybody's guns. you pass a background check, you purchase a firearm," said president obama. the executive action plan also includes mental health evaluations , one thing woodbury county sheriff dave drew, a stauch 2nd amendment
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"but it isn't the law abiding citizens that's usually creating thehe problems. it's the people with mentnt health disorders...people that are...there's evil in the world. there's gang issues, and maybe the president should look at the city where he came from," said woodbury county sheriff drew. the state of iowa already has background checks in place for gun purchases and permits. riemenschneider says at the federal level, congress and the president need to work together,. "i defiently don't think that doing it by executive action is the way to do it and try to or without congress," said ririenschneide. "where the president goes in this..i think it's an over reach and quite frankly, maybe congress will stepup and try to do something," said sheriff drew. jessica rae: in the month of december, woodbury county processed 340 conceal carried liscenses. sheriff drew says the current background check in place thoroughly monitors applications to ensure someone who isn't qualified to have a
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a manhunt is underway in northeast nebraska as authorities in the niorbrara area try to find a man who got out of police custody. the knox county sheriff's office and multiple other agencies are searching for david hoffman. he's described as a 5'10" 150 pound native american man last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and dark pants. they also say he has a distinctive tattoo on the front of his neck. businesses and schools in niobrara, as well as niobrara state park, had to be put on lockdown yesterday while police seaeahed the area. jessica a e: a former band director at norht high school who was accused of sexual misconduct by a school employee has pled not guilty. according to court documents, sursely entered a written plea of not guilty to charges against him after police allege sursely sent explicit text messages to a 15 year o o student of north high as well as a lewd picture late last year. sursely stepped down as band director at north high a few days
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arrested on those charges. " jessica rae: coming up in sports...iowa and nebraska renewed their rivalry on the hardwood. find out if the hawkeyes could keep their hot streak alive up ahead. scott:
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show is taking place at the university of south dakota... in the dakota dome in vermillion... today and tomorrow. joining us for a preview of the show is dennis morrice from k-l- e-m radio good morning dennis. dennis: good morning, jessica. the dakota farm show is considered to be one of the midwest's largest indoor farm shows, and this year they are celebrating their 33rd year in the dakota dome in vermillion. the farm show offers area farmers the latest in farm technology, focucud on improving yields, reducing costs, and managing risk. this year's farm show features a wideariety of exhibits and displays with over 290 different companies. show manager penny swank offers an overview of the annual event. " (as said): "well, yeah, the show runs from nine to five, and thursday from nine to four. we have about 590 booths in here, and 290 companies, and we have 50 new companies in here. the dome has kind of grown, so we always have the same amount of people, but we have new and different
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here, too". dennis: the dakota farm show runs for three days having began yesterday. swank says despite the fact that farm income s lower this year, manyarmers are still showing interest in the featured equipment, and she says there are plenty of buyers among the lookers. (as said): "well i would say it is a little bit of both. i mean people are...people are buying, but, i would say they are...they're being leary on what they are buying, and being more conscious of it, but, they're still buying". jessica rae: dennis, what are somemef the new exhibits that are attracting farmers' attention"? dennis: jessica, one item that is catching on, and you may not initially think about it as having an agricultural connection, but drones are a popular item at this year's farm show. swank says there is an exhibitor at this year's dakota farm show that is featuring the new aerial machine, and several farmers are asking questions.
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of interest in the drones....ven as of those drones have chchged so much, ananhave more technology on them, that they're still very interested inthe drones". dennis: jessica, the dakota farm show offers free admission and free parking, and as we mentioned earlier, it continues today and tomorrow with the doors opening at 9:00 a.m. jessica rae: all right...thanks dennis. jessica rae: iowa opened up big ten play with a pair of wins over top fourteen opponents. could they avoid a trap game against a reeling nebraska team? here's chris with the highlights. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. unless they meet in the big ten tournament, last night was the only time iowa and nebraska wl square off in basketball this season. for hawkeye senior and south sioux city native mike gesell, it's safe to say this is a game he'd love to win. but it's nebraska
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shields...he scored 25 at carver hawkeye last year and he gives the huskers the early lead. then it's benny parker, hitting the triple from the corner...the huskers jumped out to a 10-0 lead to start the game. but here come the hawks, j jrod uthoff through traffic, finishes with the flush to cut it to 3. then uthoff, with the nice spin move, frees up some space and hits from close range...iowa trails 22-21. but then it's the sioux crew...adam
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the old fashioned 3 point play as the hawks take the lead. bnd gesell...absorbing the contt and finishing on the jumper. hawkeyes win their 5th straight over nebraska, 77-66. also last night, number 14 west king on number 6 south sioux. we pick it up in the 3rd...carissa powell the lay-in...lady scott:good morning siouxland. here's a look at our current we have some light moving from south
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are in the upper 20s and lower 30s on a relatively warm january morning. we've got a light wind from the south between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high of 37. still ahead in our show.... the fourth largest mixed precipitation moving from south to north into the largeses powerball jackpot is on the line tonight... and we'll bring you a few tips for your officicpool
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to sioux city yesterday... for an event at the orpheum theatre. jessica rae: clinton urged a crowd of supporters to commit to caucus for her.... in what she's calling....the most consequencial election in recent history clinton wasted no time... getting straight to the issues... saying she will make the economy work for all americans. clinton also said she would create a fair andbalanced tax code... work for pay equality... and would go after the pharmaceutical industry... which she said was quote "ripping off americans". clinton also took time to lend support to president obama's announcement to strengthen
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checks for gun purchases. people on the no-fly list, would-be terrorist who are still permitted to buy guns in america,'" said hillary clinton "if you are too dangerous to fly you are too dangerous to buy a gun as far as i'm concerned." "i think for us we have the right, the constitution says we do have the right to bear arms," said sandy scott, winnebago,ne. "i'm all for that." "i"ielieve in that absolutely, said hazel labreche. "it's t a privilege it's a right," "i think it's a good idea," said kelli susemihl. "whatever keeps american people the safest." jessica rae: while many agreed back ground checks are necessary.... people we spoke to said they don't want their right to bear arms to be infringed upon. jessica rae: one of the biggest evangelical names in the country stopped at the iowa state capitol yesterday. billy graham's son, franklin, made iowa an important part of his new tour... . encouraging peopop to vote. repopoer amanda krenz has more on graham's decision america tour. it didn't matter to the people in this
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that they weregoing to stand in the cold for more than an hour. they were warmed by their excitement to see franklin graham take the stage. franklin 12:05 i have no hope in democrats, republicans, tea party, my hope is in jesus christ. holly 48:34 franklin graham stood up and said enough and our whole political establishment is broken, the only thing that's going to fix it is jesus christ. graham is touring the country to send a memeage. vote for candidates that stand for bibilical truth and biblical principles and are willing to live'em okay. while the evangilist didn't tell people which presidential candidate to vote for... many in the audience said they find themselves leaning a certain way with less than 4 weeks left before the iowa caucuses. 43:51 it's ted cruz right now. 44:38 i would say ted cruz as well. holly?? ted cruz or ben carson. while mr. graham never mentioned a candidate by name, he asked the crowd to make a careful consideration. fg 25:13 vote for candidates that stand for biblical truth and biblical principles and are willing to live 'em okay. and for many in this crowd, that candidate is ted cruz. laura 44:01 i love his faith, his willingness to speak about it. he's firm onhat he believes, he isn't waivering. kim 44:55 his dependency on
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is so stuck to that is awesome. for others who are undecided, graham's visit gave them the guidance they were looking for. holly 48:57 it really helped enter me on the fact i need to focus on who the candidate is as a person and as a christian. ae they godly first and foremost? waiverinin kim 44:55 his s dependency on christ is cool to see in a candidate and he is so stuck to that is awesome. for others who are undecided, graham's visit gave them the guidance they were looking for. holly 48:57 it really helped enter me on the fact i need to focus on who the candidate is as a person and as a christian. ae they godly first and foremost? jessica rae: load king, an elk poininsouth dakota specialty trailer manufacturer has been recently bought out. over the holiday on december 30th kansas city based comapany utility one source announced their
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of the company, saying the existing management of load king will continue to do business in the area. jessica rae: another big powerball prize is up for grabs. tonight's drawing will be for an estimated 450- million dollar jackpot. it was initially set for 4-hundred- million dollars... but lottery officials say the surge in ticket sales caused an increase. jessica rae: and here in iowa... many people in the work place are trying to cash in on the big prize. iowa lottery spokesperson mary neubauer shared some tips for powerball office pools. "definitely keep careful of who put money in and who didn't especially if you're buying tickets regulary so there wouldn't ever be a question of wether of not someone was in that week or not " jessica rae: this is the sixth largrgt jackpot of any u.s. lottery game on record and the fourth largest powerball jackpot. jessica rae scott: adlib scott:we'll pace through the stormcast hd where we've got a wintry
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through the stormcast hd where we've got a wintry system set to affect the region. this will produce very light mixed precipitation today and tomorrow with drizzzz, sleet, and snsn. tomorrow evening, we'll seeee some heavier rain then turning over to pure snow on friday as some colder temperatures begin to work in. expect 1 to 2 inches of snow on friday. today's high is 37 with cloudy skies, drizzle, sleet, and snow. the overnight low is 30 with patchy freezing drizzle. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 36 with drizzle followed by a rain/snow mix during the second half of the day. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: later today...... thanks for tuning in and keep it right the region. this will produce very light mixed pripitation today and tomorrow with drizzle, sleet, and snow. tomorrow evening, we'll see some heavier rain then turning over to pure snow on friday as some colder temperatures begin
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on friday. today's high is 37 with cloudy skies, drizzle, sleet, and snow. the overnight low is 30 with patchy freezing drizzle. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 36 6 th drizzle followed by a rain/snow mix during the second half of the day. here's your 7 day forecast. the region. this will produce very light mixed precipitation today and tomorrow with drizzle, sleet, and snow. tomorrow evening, we'll see some heavier rain then turning over to pure snow on friday as some colder temperatures begin to 2 inches of snow high is 37 with drizzle, sleet, and snow. the overnight low is 30 with patchy freezing drizzle. then tomorrow we'll haha a high of 36 with drizzle followed by a rain/snow mix during the second here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: later today...... thanks for tuning
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